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Dennis Coyle - 25th November 2016 dear father of Daniel, Martin and Donna and grandfather of Leanne, Andrew and Holly, beloved son of the late Etta and James Coyle, formerly of Nassau Street, brother of Etta, Owen, Maeve, Sean, Ann and the late Maura and Joseph. Funeral from his home 7 Oakgrove on Monday at 9.20 am for 10 o’clock Requiem Mass in St Eugene’s Cathedral. Interment afterwards in the City Cemetery. Sacred Heart of Jesus Have Mercy on His Soul.Gerry McCloskey - 26th November 2016 (retired nursing tutor) 110 Muldonagh Road, Foreglen. Beloved son of the late Harry and Maureen and dear brother of Mary McMenamin, Foyfin, Castlefinn. His remains will be removed from W J O’Brien & Son Funeral Directors, 110 Clooney Road, Eglinton on Sunday at 3pm to St Peter’s and St Paul’s Church, Ballymonie. Requiem Mass will be celebrated on Monday at 11 o’clock. Interment afterwards in the adjoining cemetery. Donations in lieu of flowers to Longfield Care Home, C/O W.J. O’Brien and Son Funeral Directors or any family member.Purcell, November 24th 2016, peacefully at Causeway Hospital, James Robinson, 78 Sea Road, Castlerock, dearly loved husband of Jennifer, much loved father of Andrew and Sandra, father-in-law of Suzy and Alistair, much loved granda James of Jack and Maisie, Halle, Julie-Anna and Andrew and dear brother of David. Service of Thanksgiving in First Dunboe Presbyterian Church on Sunday at 3.00pm, followed by interment in the adjoining churchyard. Family flowers only, please. Donations, if desired, by making cheques payable to NH & SCT (Renal Unit, Antrim Area Hospital) c/o Ms Charlene Wade, 3 Upper Abbey Street, Coleraine, BT52 1BF. Lovingly remembered by all his Family and Friends.
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